The outcome of this November’s gubernatorial election could have profound effects on the Massachusetts environment, given the obvious importance of the state environmental agencies under the Governor’s control. Groundwork Somerville and other environmental organizations are planning a gubernatorial forum for Tuesday, June 29, to ask the candidates about their views on environmental issues. Governor Patrick and Green Party candidate Jill Stein already have confirmed, and all candidates have been invited. This will be a fascinating event in an historic setting with opportunities for Q&A.
When: Tuesday, June 29, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston
RSVP: This is a free event, but seating is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by: Appalachian Mountain Club, Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Berkshire Environmental Action Team, Charles River Conservancy, Charles River Watershed Association, Clean Water Action, Conservation Law Foundation, Environmental Business Council, Environmental League of Mass. (ELM), Friends of the Blue Hills, Greater Worcester Land Trust, Green Decade/Cambridge, Groundwork Lawrence, Groundwork Somerville, Home Energy Efficiency Team, Mass. Association of Conservation Commissions, Mass Audubon, Mass. Energy Consumers Alliance, Mass. Interfaith Power and Light, Mass. Land Trust Coalition, Mass. League of Environmental Voters, Mass. Rivers Alliance, Neponset River Watershed Association, North & South Rivers Watershed Association, Old South Meeting House, Organization for the Assabet River, Safer Waters in Mass., Sudbury Valley Trustees, Taunton River Watershed Alliance, The Trustees of Reservations, Walk Boston; and ELM Corporate Council members: Aggregate Industries, Grossman Marketing, Legal Sea Foods, Millipore, The Saunders Hotel Group (The Lenox; Comfort Inn & Suites Revere; and Hampton Inn Norwood), and Shawmut Design & Construction.